DANNY WARD 7
Had precious little to do in the first-half as Wales kept Netherlands at bay. Subbed at the break.
CHRIS MEPHAM 7
Produced a timely block to deny Cody Gakpo in the first-half and was largely comfortable on his return to the side. Impressive on the ball and won a fair number of duels.
JOE RODON 8
Got away with a loose pass early on but was a class act after that. Typically composed on the ball, dominant in the air and made heaps of clearances.
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BEN DAVIES 7
Captaining his country for the night, the Tottenham man was his usual self on the ball and produced yet another heroic intervention to block Teun Koopmeiners’ shot in the first-half.
CONNOR ROBERTS 7
A bundle of energy as always on the right flank while he did his fair share of defensive duties, despite some sloppy passes creeping in. Fine assist for Wales’ equaliser.
DYLAN LEVITT 6
Sloppy in possession but produced a number of defensive interventions when needed. Subbed.
JOE MORRELL 7
A real terrier in the middle of the park, Morrell did so much dirty work to ease the load on those behind him while he was impressively slick in possession. Forced off through injury early on in the second-half.
RHYS NORRINGTON-DAVIES – Star Man 8
Had an almighty battle with Hans Hateboer on Wales’ left. Continued from where he left off against Poland. An absolute demon in the air and on the ground, the Sheffield United man headed home his first international goal, but it wasn’t enough for a point.
HARRY WILSON 7
Headed wide from a corner and tested Mark Flekken with a free-kick as he carried a threat in the opening 45. Quieter in the second-half but a more than decent showing.
BRENNAN JOHNSON 6
Didn’t get the service needed but did well enough when he did get on the ball. Withdrawn.
DANIEL JAMES 7
Showed a couple of flashes in attack and fired a shot at goal in the first-half. Pace always had the visitors on edge, as demonstrated when he drilled over in the second-half. Subbed.
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Adam Davies (for Ward) – Not helped by his defence as Koopmeiners fired the visitors in front and couldn’t stretch to keep out Wout Weghorst’s late header. Very unfortunate. 6
Rubin Colwill (for Morrell) – A few decent moments in attack as Wales pushed late on. 6
Matt Smith (for Levitt) – Productive enough on the ball late on. 6
Gareth Bale (for James) – Worked hard during his cameo and his sheer presence helped Wales improve. 6
Rabbi Matondo (for Johnson) – A few touches in decent areas late on. 6